Menu planning is a great way to get ready for your week.
On grocery day, you’ll have a list of everything you actually need to buy (and nothing you don’t).
Each day, you will know exactly what to prepare and cook.
And every night, your family will gather around your table and be able to enjoy each other’s company and conversation, thanks to removing the stress of “winging it.”
But when you’re actually sitting down to do your meal planning, are you struggling?
Does it take you an hour or two every time?
Do you draw a blank when faced with the question, “What should we eat for dinner this week?”
If so, you’re probably making at least one of these 3 menu planning mistakes.